State Bureau reporter for The Independent Record.
Gov. Steve Bullock told the president that Montana is "literally … one day away" of being unable to do testing in Montana if it can't get kits from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The majority of COVID-19 cases in Montana to date have been tied to either domestic or international travel.
By Monday evening, four Montanans had died from COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus. At least 177 had fallen ill and 12 people around the state are hospitalized, according to information from the state.
Lee Newspapers asked the state's nine largest hospital systems about their capacity. These are their unedited answers.
Montana will go under an order issued by Gov. Steve Bullock to stay at home starting Saturday morning, as the state saw its first death from C…
Here's a summary of where those cases are located as well as a link to more information about the directive to shelter-in-place from Gov. Steve Bullock.
On the same day as the state's first reported death from COVID-19, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Thursday issued a shelter-in-place order.